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Publication in the Trinidad Express, 2019-09-10 - "EMPLOYERS have a responsibility to assist their employees who may be victims of domestic violence."

"The policy is an initiative of the Crime and Justice Committee in partnership with the Trinidad and Tobago Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CADV) and the T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce.

It seeks to address the effects of domestic violence in the workplace which include reduced productivity and low morale.

The policy states: “Abused persons may be late to work, have excessive and unaccustomed absences, seem stressed out and may be unable to concentrate or work productively. These behaviours can make it seem like the victim is an unsatisfactory team member when the person is experiencing the effects of an abusive relationship. Similarly, persons who are perpetrating domestic violence may also demonstrate signs (such as aggression, distraction, and emotional volatility) which may negatively affect their work performance.”

A number of leading companies have already signed on to adopt the policy in their organisations, including ANSA McAL, Imjin Security Ltd, Massy Group, Amalgamated Security and Scotiabank."

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